Bard College at Simon's Rock: the Early College
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Get to Know Simon's Rock

We love introducing Bard College at Simon’s Rock to future Rockers. While there is no real substitute for being on campus—we hope that you will get to know Simon's Rock through a variety of other options.

A visit—whether it’s an online virtual session or a campus visit when that is possible again—is a great way to get to know us. Below you will find several different ways to connect with us virtually. We look forward to sharing more about Simon’s Rock and making sure you have all the information you need to make the bold decision to start college early.

A Closer Look at Campus

 

Connect with a Current Student

There's no better way to get a sense of what Simon's Rock is really like than by connecting with a student directly. Our student reps are eager to talk about their Simon's Rock experience with you. Get their opinions, find out what it was like when they were applying, and why they decided Simon's Rock was the right choice for them. 

Students talking on the DAC walkway

Admission Information Sessions

Connect with a member of the admission staff for a live online information session. We’re excited to share more about early college at Simon’s Rock, talk you through the application process, and help you meet your admission and financial aid deadlines.

 Arrange your online information session
 

Participate in an Online Class

Writing to Right the World

This hour-long class is aimed at students who are interested in issues of social and environmental justice, and enjoy communicating their passion through a variety of writing styles. We’ll read and discuss some short pieces of writing, thinking about the relative impact of different genres and rhetorical strategies, and try a brief playful writing exercise ourselves, in the manner of the Writing & Thinking Workshop. 

The class instructor is Jennifer Browdy, Associate Professor of Comparative Literature & Media Arts. 

Saturday, October 10, 2020 from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time

Daniel Arts Center at night